702/89 Beach Street Port Melbourne

$1980 per week

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LEASED***LEASED

***LEASED***Nestled within the exclusive Anchorage development, this exceptional apartment delivers a beachside lifestyle to envy. Enjoying incredible sweeping vistas of the bay and city skyline, and one of only two residences on the coveted seventh floor, this first-class offering boasts exquisite interiors by Blackmilk Interior Design and features a vast open plan living/dining area with balcony access plus a precision-planned Miele-equipped Dolomite stone kitchen with butler's pantry, Zip tap and integrated fridge. The real highlight is three queen-sized bedrooms and two luxuriously appointed bathrooms - a retreat in every sense, the decadent master suite boasts a large walk-in robe, glamorous ensuite and private terrace with spectacular views of the city. With stunning Chevron flooring among its many standout features, completing a faultless offering are a full laundry, ducting heating/cooling, lift with secure intercom entry, two basement parking spaces and storage cage. Part of the heritage-listed Swallow & Ariell Biscuit Factory site, this prestigious address includes an array of on-site amenities. A gym, outdoor pool and beautifully landscaped communal gardens are all available to residents, while proximity to the many attractions of Bay Street, Station Pier, Beacon Cove, the light rail - and Port Melbourne foreshore - simply seals the deal. This property can also be offered with bespoke furniture at a negotiated price. Strictly by appointment only.

Property Features

  • Bond : $10584
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Property ID: 3449011

Angie Vakrinos

Angie Vakrinos

0412 882 662

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